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the integrity of the district. secondly we are talking about use of public finance to repay warrior's private financing of the pier substructure improvement. that may involve debt issuance over a 30-year period of time. we need to have a very detailed discussion about how that is secured, to ensure there are ongoing revenues to continue paying that debt. that is something we will discuss with director of public finance and others who work on finance in the city. i think jennifer has talked a lot about the project financing that we will address through the pro forma analysis and discuss what the city is obliged to repay and community benefits. how specifically is city through the term sheet with warriors establishing a way to pay for police, neighborhood cleanup and additional transit service. those have to be answered in the term sheet. after the term sheet is approved, it would be endorsed by the port commission and board of supervisors. it is non-binding, reflects intention of parties headed into environmental review. during the period of environmental review city staff would negotiate a mo
thoughts on this particular program and on this mission because it is going to take all of us if the big one happens. so, if i can start with you, vice admiral beaman, if there is anything you'd like to impart, sir. >> actually, i have 37 things i'd like to talk about, but knowing we are the last thing between you and the refreshments in the back, i'll limit it to one. and michelle gedess brought it up earlier today. it's been characterized a couple different ways. vice admiral breckenridge asked if there are any gaps that we've discovered. i would say in a denied environment, it's something we in the military are looking and training to on a daily basis. but in terms of communications, in a denied environment -- and it's not through any particular act that's denying us other than whatever destruction is a resultant of the disaster that hit. and i think that's where we really have work to do. i think next year's table top exercise, if it addressed that or the drill itself went after that, i think we would stand to learn a lot. some of it wouldn't be pleasant, but better to learn it now t
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improvement, that we use expensively to create interoperatability and that is ip networks built of sdparate systems and the network allows us to operate. as you see from our demonstration as you checked in this morning, as you ridge stered this morning, san francisco talking it oakland, talking to this ship, talking over cellular, talking across and with different networks. the challenge for interoperatability is beginning to be met, i would say, the challenge for interoperatability at the same time is about to get much greater. we as a nation are about to embark on the most ambitous, most challenging communications endeavor that we have ever attempted, which is the creating of purse net, the public safety broad band or 4g network. and with that brings the promise of new challenges for sure in interoperatability and new capabilities that we have never had before. in fact, no other country is as far along as we are, even though we're just starting. what we see is the opportunity there to interoperate in many different ways than just voice as we have in the past. the challenge
and wind. amy hollyfield joins us live from san rafael. >> reporter: good morning. the rain just started seconds ago. heavy drops, not a gust yet, not a downpour. the rain is here. all the forecasts are coming true. grab your rain jacket this morning. take a look at this video, likes like this area is ready. people spent yesterday preparing, taking forecasts seriously, we saw a lot of people going to stations their cities set up, a lot in the north bay, where people were gathering sandbags, preparing, putting them around their homes, we saw a lot of people clearing out gutters. people taking this storm seriously. >> bottom of the hill san rafael comes down the hill hard taking precautions. got a little flooded last year. >> reporter: people in downtown san anselmo are watching the storm carefully. downtown flooded in 2005. the downtown seems confident this year that things are going to be okay the creek looks low, people have sandbags, they are ready they cezanne anselmo is a tough town -- they say san anselmo is a tough down and will be fine. national weather service describes what is a
bill martin is going to set the time line. but we begin with debora villalon who tells us truck drivers may have to find other routes. >> reporter: as rain is going to start out, wind will be a bigger problem than rain to start out. and in some of the bay area bridges wind can be a big hazard. behind this big rig, this offer knows it's not going to be such a smooth drive. >> if the wind becomes too substantial, and if it's causing vehicles to topple over or that's a concern then the bridge will be shut down for big riggs and high profile vehicles. >> in storms like this we do expect there to be some power outages. >> reporter: pg & e also bracing, bringing winds down before winds do it. still crews can't get every branch so a flashlight with fresh batteries should be a must. creeks are way downright now. still sandbags are at the ready and san anselmo is sending out alerts. >> i think my first teammate is coming in 24 hours ago. >> they're pretty secure here, they're not going to go over. >> reporter: it might be a time to baton down the christmas decorations so they're not wrecked by t
and about child offenders but i want parents to set the tone and tell me with a they're looking for from us. >> detectives showing wherajñn the registered sex owe grerndz live within a mile of the school. the map is a resource available online to parents because of the law. >> people and offenders are any and everyone in the community. so sometimes you never know. >> someone at the school aloud the 51-year-old2ás= convicted child molester to volume lun near a fund raising he venlt. the bishop of the diocese says this will never happen again. the popular parish priest left. a former student used technology to confirm her suspicion. >> this young woman went on to her phone, and saw yes, he is a sex offender. she used technology to confirm. >> few parents wanted to stop to talk about the matter. one did. cindy has three children ages five, seven, nine. >> everybody is fwork together. we're a strong community going to be looking out for one another. so, so. yes. there is no concern for me. >> the sheriff says an investigation is underway to determine whether anyone knew that a registered sex
and power lines... >> lucky drive in the u.s. 101 if this is flooding pretty much every time. it is low-lying area and they know that they need to get ready. this is video from what we showed earlier they were up on the latter is, getting their hands and dirty for clearing out of the leaves but many of these homes and marin county are built on hillsides. there are draining ditches nearby careful to get out the dirt, debris, the branches, so it does not overflow. one resident forgot to clear out his in stitches. and he said that his backyard flooded because he forgot to clear out his bitches. >> it is a natural receptacle for leaves and debris so this is an annual. it could clock. the water would just pore over. it would-catclaw befor get clogged >> i know the with the leaves falling that they are in the background the gutters will get clogged and they could possibly overflow so a little bit of prevention will go a long way. >> home owners say that these are mundane things are important when it comes to get ready for a storm. jeff bush, kron 4 news. >> operations in the center cruz mount
. but we begin with debora villalon who tells us truck drivers may have to find other routes. >> reporter: as rain is going to start out, wind will be a bigger problem than rain to start out. and in some of the bay area bridges wind can be a big hazard. behind this big rig, this offer knows it's not going to be such a smooth drive. >> if the wind becomes too substantial, and if it's causing vehicles to topple over or that's a concern then the bridge will be shut down for big riggs and high profile vehicles. >> in storms like this we do expect there to be some power outages. >> reporter: pg & e also bracing, bringing winds down before winds do it. still crews can't get every branch so a flashlight with fresh batteries should be a must. creeks are way downright now. still sandbags are at the ready and san anselmo is sending out alerts. >> i think my first teammate is coming in 24 hours ago. >> they're pretty secure here, they're not going to go over. >> reporter: it might be a time to baton down the christmas decorations so they're not wrecked by the bridge. this nevato homeowner says her c
valley water district using web cams to monitor creeks and rivers around the county. water managers, can see where storm drains are getting clogged. and alert crews to clear the debris. the web cams in los gatos skb morgan hill refresh every five minutes and are watched in storm conditions. >> going to be mazing how quickly a creek can overflow and cause a lot of street floodings and damage. when there is blockage in one trash rack. >> now, water district is hoping people will be pro active in both monitoring web cams and cleaning leaves and other debris that can clog storm drain autos they're humpgering down a christmas tree lots across the bay area now, in this lot workers started tying down trees so they won't topple over. they're also laying down tallest trees but say they will not close up shop because of the storm, workers say they're used to being out in wintery weather. they plan to set up tents. >> a big storm equals phone shall dangers on the water. coast guard is suggesting people be careful because large waves can sweep people way, they're reminding boaters to avoid sailing t
district use network of web cam to monitor critical creek and rivers around the county. manager and public can see where storm drains get clogged and alert crew so that they can clear the debris and prevent any flooding. >> this is the live picture of the pay bridge and extra precaution being taken to make sure the heavy equipment working on the new span does not topple in the windy storm coming our way. of heather tonight with the story you will is he only on abc 7 news. >> tidal water already a problem at the easten of the bridge with possible deluge expected tonight cal-trans contractor are getting ready. >> we are expecting pretty heavy written over the next 5 days. so we don't want weather to impact the construction schedule so we did as much as we can during the dry weather so when the rain comes we are ready and work can go on according to plan. >>reporter: even in dry weather hoses pump tidal water off excavation site one section at a time for concrete pour engineers worried rain and bay world trade center could undermine this cement wall so today more hoses and special self sta
avoid the beach today. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> eric thomas joins us from sfo where we just got new numbers on the scope of flight cancellations and delays. >> reporter: the wind is picking up out here so far it hasn't been to the 50 or 60 mile hour they feared. they thought that would cause delays of up to 226 minutes. we have some delays, but we have many more cancellations. in fact, sfo says more than 60 flights have been cancelled, due to the storm most short haul flights up and didn't the west coast. pictures of those boards showing cancellations here. fresno, santa barbara and boise, that's where with the flights have been cancelled. they will be combined with other flights so passengers will get to where they are going. only about fewer than a half dozen flight delays most of them in the 15 to 30 minute range not the 226 minute range that the faa first projected. what we are hearing is maybe later this afternoon as things begin to build, sfo could say delays of up to an hour maybe two hours. the advice is the same as it always is, call ahead to your airline, find out what
of year. pg & e had dozens of crews throughout the bay trimming trees away from power lines. >> they used directional pruning techniques to do that. every year we patrol every single mile of our transmission and distribution line that's more than 130,000 miles every year. >> reporter: workers are monitoring weather changes hour by hour, heavily staffing areas, expected to be hit the hardest but ready to move crews as storms arrive. >> we expect the storms to hit hardest here in marin and parts down in the peninsula as well. >> reporter: marin had public works crews checking for potential problem spots. >> what they are concerned about right now especially in west marin are the hillsides and the trees. the trees are going to cause some major problems if we have gusts between 35 and 55-mile an hour tomorrow. >> reporter: in addition to being prepared with fresh batteries and flashlights, pg & e is recommending you take some empty bottle waters, fill them up and freeze them. do that tonight in case your power goes out in the next few days you have a way to keep your food fresh for longer. ca
. now you have a different name for a period in his third party power production using power in a driving way to recapture the most efficient way. innovation is important. i have to also, every time we heard the word innovation, i have to put a plug in for tradition. i have a very traditional education. i spent a lot of years in silence speaking latin up in the hills, living within the medieval framework. i do respect the past. we study it. if you are grounded in tradition, you feel quite confident in change and innovation. if you are insecure, you are very reluctant to embrace the unknown. i do think we need to in our education and politics, we have to have a new appreciation for our traditions and the patterns that describe our culture and our being as americans. having said all that, we have saved in california tens of billions in energy efficiency. when i first adopted those, people reacted negatively. we pushed ahead. and now in california we have ab 32. signed by a republican actor turned governor. promoting something i pick up on and promote further. the number of peop
dozens of demonstrators on the uc berkeley camp us protesting. there's a police blocked off the entrance. we are told involve test -- involve test -- several protesters are inside at this hour. this happened about 4:00 this afternoon and occupy call blog says that's when six students chained their necks to the doors on the sixth floor of that building. you see poli officers there on the scene not allowing anyone in or out. we were able to talk to university officials in just the past half hour they told us they are unaware of what motivated this protest. they tell us this building is vacant and is else seth to be demolished in the coming mites because it is not safe. we will stay on top of developing situation. you see a large number of students at the hall where it is now being closed off by police. more information coming up on the 10:00 news. that protest coincide with the a appointment of a new chancellor. the uc board of chancellor confirmed the appointment. he is currently an executive vice president and dean at columbia where we worked as a profess of history. he starts in june of
on the show, thanks for being with us! [ crowd cheering ] [ applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 4:00 a.m. start now >> good morning we're looking from our roof cam here at san francisco. it is dark. and cloudy. we have seen the storm coming at have been expecting it. >> unfortunately most of it is offshore now. best- fortunately. it is currently raining in fear for imports concord as we zoom in and around the bay area you can see light rain for napa, fairfield, portions of interstate 880 through vallejo. since we did see a stray showers through parts of san francisco and to the peninsula no rain but it is serving on the way. to the east bay in walnut creek interstate 680 approaching highway 24 again most of it under the green getting light rain model with iran over dublin, and salmon so. . we are picking up light showers and portions of and respect the system has not approached us. you can see the wet weather activity pushing in close to the bay area and satellite and radar. futurecast 4. 8:00 a.m
ago because of a broken water main. they are using hay and mesh covering to keep more mud and debris from sliding down the hill. the city manager says they have to restore the hillside before they can repair the broken pipe. >>> gangs may be behind a gilroy drive by shooting. police say someone fired shots into a home on glenview drive around midnight. they also fired at a nearby parked car. according to police there were 8 people in the home during the shooting including a 4-month- old baby. no word if anybody was hit by gunfire. >>> the teen accused in a deadly crime spree in san jose will be in court this afternoon. the boy, adonis mull droe, will be tried as an adult. the 15-year-old faces 8 felony counts including murder and attempted murder of a police officer. police say he and 2 6-year-old jonathan wilbanks robbed some san jose businesses on november 16 killly rory parkpettiford. an officer was also injured. >>> two men are in custody. oakland police say it began monday when a husband shot cell phone video of another car being driven erratically. you see it here. police say t
channel 2 morning news. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for joining us this wednesday november 28th, i am pam cook. >> weather is changing and we are on storm watch right now and we have the first of several storms roaring into the bay area and expect rain and strong winds happening now. we have live team coverage and our crews are in san francisco who are at the richmond san rafael bridge. tara moriarty is watching the morning commute, where is that storm, we can feel it, right? >> now some of the heavier rain, we have to go back here but some of the heavier bands are beginning to inch into the north bay and you can see northern county as well as rushing river, we will keep an eye on that because it will be one of the focuses of the heavier rain nothing too bad yet but up into mendocino county, there will be heavy duty rainfall totals and so far there are only 3 / 100s for the south bay. coming up, mark is live at the richmond san rafael bridge, it looks like things are picking up. >> reporter: within the last 10 to 15 minutes, we have a big boost, noth
. >> we'll let you know how that works out for us on thursday. >>> also, we have plenty of news as well. that big battle on capitol hill, over who will replace hillary clinton as secretary of state. we have abc's martha raddatz here to weigh in on it. >> you see u.n. ambassador susan rice right there. she had a tough day on capitol hill yesterday. >>> also coming up, our exclusive one-on-one. the no-holds-barred interview with brat pitt. what he has to say about turning 50 and bringing up the kids with angelina. >>> and we begin with the major storms let to hit the west. let's go right to sam for the very latest. >> yeah, this is the season where you start to get the storms into northern california and the west. this one is a stackup here. look at this 3-d view. look at the ripples in the clouds. this is the first storm on the coastline. the rain in california today. to the west, that's the second storm. over here, on the curve of the earth, that's the third storm. all three carry heavy amounts of rain. 110-mile-per-hour wind gusts on the mountain tops. 70 to 80-mile-per-hour gusts on t
to try at home, the u.s. coast guard is asking people to avoid beaches, to stay out of the water during the storm. recommending boat owners take extra lengths to tie those down and make sure they are not going to be banging around in this storm, dangerous conditions are indeed predicted at the coast today. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> now to the north bay, amy hollyfield is live in san rafael, it is raining there now? >> reporter: we are getting a little bit of a drizzle here. it is nothing too term. -- too terrible. looks like the storm is going to wait until you head out the door. it is coming, but not here yet. here's a look at the current conditions, streets are wet, we did get some rain around 4:30, we've had a steady drizzle, people have ponchos on, it is pull out our umbrella weather out here people are prepared, san rafael comes to lie and people pop in to get coffee, we've been talking to people about preparations they have cleaned out gutters some did get sandbags, they know the storm is coming and feel ready. when people get their coffee, the chronicle is already in the new
. thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. first we check in with meteorologist lisa argen monitoring live doppler. what is going on? >>> good morning. we are just beginning to see the first rain band move into the bay area. we've got a good five hours of this, the yellows this is the last frame indicate the more moderate rain towards bodega bay, fort ross, inverness and an lima here's the north bay, sprinkles from san rafael, cortamadera, richmond san rafael bridge, golden gate bridge and around san francisco a few light returns. going to be another hour or so before we get into the steadier rain bay area wide and the winds are a factor gusting to near 30 miles an hour at our coast. is it impacting the commute yet sue? >> not yet, no reports of major accidents. golden gate bridge live shot you can see no cars coming through at this time, difficult to tell if the road is wet now or not, certainly it will be in the future no problems getting into san francisco southbound on the golden gate bridge. eastbound 580 north flynn, car fire on the shoulder, westbound drive out
near water ways. ken pritchett brings us the preparations. >> reporter: the waves in the past hour have picked up a bit but the story as you said could be the winds with this first round of storm. the national weather service issuing a gail wind warning with winds topping 60 miles per hour. bradford jet was going after crab at ocean beat today. >> there's one on there can you tell. >> reporter: and he was having some luck getting in some last minute crabbing before the storm. >> a friend of mine just told me there's a storm coming. he's trying to baton down the hatches in the east bay. >> reporter: we found surfers doing what they could before the weather turns. the coast guard is urging boaters to ensure boats are secure . this crew workers was making sure leaves were up before tomorrow's storm. >> we're picking them up. if they fall we pick them up again. >> reporter: hundredsover storm drains were being cleared to prevent flooding it'll be all hands on deck tomorrow. >> we have the crews on call. nobody is going to get a day off tomorrow. we want to make sure we can get to the proble
. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for waking up with us this morning november 28th, i am pam cook. >> we are on storm watch this morning, the first of several storms will roar into the bay area, you should expect strong winds and we have team coverage for you. ktvu channel 2 morning news tara moriarty is watching the traffic and it is the first for you. where is the storm system now. >> right off the coast. it is producing some light rain and it is coming in, in about two hours and the heavy rain is offshore. it is merging and it is going to pack a pretty good punch here. it looks like it is heading towards the marin coast and we will keep an eye on it and the focus will be the rushing river and for now let's to go to mark, i think this is the first time we have worked together, how are things at the san rafael bridge. >> yes, it is an honor. we have had a few light showers. >> reporter: a little bit of a breeze nothing too major, but you can see we have trees but a wind advisory we have been talking about we are talking about winds starting to pick up in the next
delays at sfo. >> roberta gonzales is at the airport for us now with more. how long are we talking? >> reporter: right now the rain has stopped. we have a little reprieve but winds have been problematic gusting up to 37 miles an hour. behind me is an empty runway. this is something that you should not be seeing at this time of the day. it should be filled with arriving and departure flights. right now we have one cancellation of an international plane but we have so many cancellations of arriving flights for monterey, from orange county, from santa barbara. and earlier today we had over 4 hour delays on arriving flights. i just went inside the terminal and took another look. it looks like we are still seeing delays up to 2 hours and 24 minutes on arriving flights. what the duty manager says is that even if we begin to pick up some of these rates of departing flights we'll still have problems now on arrivals because it takes a while to get these planes turned around after such a huge delay. so word of advice, if you are coming to sfo, it's advisable to call ahead because this is goi
news. >>> eric thomas joins us from sfo where we just got new numbers on the scope of flight cancellations and delays. >> reporter: the wind is picking up out here so far it hasn't been to the 50 or 60 mile hour they feared. they thought that would cause delays of up to 226 minutes. we have some delays, but we have many more cancellations. in fact, sfo says more than 60 flights have been cancelled, due to the storm most short haul flights up and didn't the west coast. pictures of those boards showing cancellations here. fresno, santa barbara and boise, that's where with the flights have been cancelled. they will be combined with other flights so passengers will get to where they are going. only about fewer than a half dozen flight delays most of them in the 15 to 30 minute range not the 226 minute range that the faa first projected. what we are hearing is maybe later this afternoon as things begin to build, sfo could say delays of up to an hour maybe two hours. the advice is the same as it always is, call ahead to your airline, find out what time your flight is taking off. yo
5 reporter mark sayre shows us the storm preparations under way. >> reporter: residents in the north bay expect they are going to be hit hard. they are aware of the potential dangers from past experience and residents are not taking any chances. with some predictions of perhaps a foot of rainfall in the north bay hills over the next few days, residents like patricia aren't taking chances. >> we live in kind of a low spot at the bottom of a hill so a lot of water comes down and so this is to go around the garage, some of the doors and basement. >> reporter: she hired the son of a friend to help her get ready for the storms and they are loading up on sandbags. >> 15, 20 pounds but not too heavy or you won't be able to line them up correctly. >> reporter: san anselmo is no stranger to flooding. the downtown area was heavily damaged in 2005 so residents and merchants alike take the warnings of what's in store seriously. michael feldman's art gallery still displays a plaque which shows the high watermark in 2005 halfway up the main entrance. >> i think this one is going to be strong. a lo
. >> and don't let this happen to you. the new tactics shipping companies are using to stop package thieves in their track. >> i'm allen martin. ken bastida has the night off tonight. cbs 5 reporter elizabeth cook in the bay area city that will likely be the hardest hit. >> reporter: this area, i should say, once all the moisture roles off the pacific and hits the north bay hills they literally act like a wash cloth. for the next few days that wash cloth will be ringing out. this isn't the time to sit back and watch the clouds go by. patricia of san ansalo is loading up on sandbags to keep the water out of her home. >> we live in a low spot at the bottom of a hill. a lot of water comes down. this is to go around the garage and some of the doors and also in the basement. >> david manages an apartment complex in larksbur. >> we made sure all the leave were swept up. and also taking all the furniture down on the decks. >> but it's business as usual at the christmas tree lot at the bonaire shopping center. >> we've had wind storms and rainstorms. and they're lots of fun. people come out rain or
. a lot of people will be using that number. let's bring in nbc bay area cheryl hurd. we say this all the time, but most of us don't do it. preparation is key. what's happening in the east bay? >> if you live in or around pleasant hill f you're not prepared for the storm, you have no excuse. there are sandbag stations like this throughout the city. this one is on civic drive. so the bottom line is if you're not prepared for the storm, you should be. the sign is up in downtown walnut crease ace hardware. it reads the storm is coming. but are people prepared? >> i talked to a guy this morning who butt a sump pump. he was fine with a sump pump. it wasn't because of the storm. but the people i've been talking to are not aware of it, which is amazing. so they're not watching the news. >> people who live in marin county are watching something. folks are filling up and taking home sandbags. down thoun business owners who were flooded out several years ago are ready for several days of wet and miserable weather. >> i'm going to suit up before i go home. so the water doesn't get in my suit. >>
of the other one. it will give us some very heavy rain out there tomorrow morning. by 5:00 hour it is under way. moderate to heavy rain and that will continue through the morning commute. the 8:00 hour has weisbwidespread rain as the cold front pushes through. this will continue to the nine and 10:00 hours. it will taper off by the 11:00 hour. we will not only be dealing with wayne but very very strong winds. i will have details on rainfall totals and how strong winds will be + more rain later on this week coming up. >> teresa is live in oakland and lots of cases in that area it had bypassed storms >> i'm and piedmont right now gearing up in anticipation of these storms that are heading our way. especially after what they had to deal with last year. take a look. this is a major thoroughfare in this east bay city. from last april you can see mudslide caused a lot of damage. this line knocked out power to 65 homes in the area for several hours. it was quite a mess. a big problem for hundreds of residents. the director of public works tell the kron4 news that after investigation the slide was caus
. it does not inhibit people from using having guns at home are using them for self- defense. this is protected under the constitution. this ruling maintains public safety and a matter that is reasonable and constitutional. >> present obama will meet with middle-class americans today in an effort to urge the public to press congress to protect tax cuts for families earning $250,000 or less. the president will meet later on with corporate executives to. the white house democrats and republicans have yet to agree on how to avert an economy crushing a series of automatic tax increases and spending cuts that are due to take effect in january. tracking gas prices against the bay area for you in the state average is $3.73 a gallon. bay area prices are averaging $3.82 a gallon san jose $3.67 and in oakland $3.71. i always like to take a mental note to know which gas stations to dry by if you're looking for cheaper gas. >> mega busts a company that offers city to city services for about a dollar is expanding to california. it will allow you go from oakland california san jose and san
. but claudine wong joins us now from marin county where flooding is expected. claudine? >> reporter: we're in san anselmo. they prepare for any kind of flooding here. let let's -- let's have a look at the conditions. no -- when you talk about preparations for a storm like this, you come here and they got it down. those people you talk to out here will tell you their businesses are flooded, so much in fact, that they have these flood gates in when the -- the potential time for flooding and that protects the store when you go in. they are not worried so much of nothinged drains. i am gonna walk you around. this is probably one of the big reasons why you don't see sandbags out here yet. there's a complex system. take a look right now. you can see it's very low right now. a little over 2 feet is what their gauges are saying right now. you can access that all of the time. residents can keep an eye on this real-time data. 13 feet is the lowest point in the downtown area. they have a lot of room before they have the potential for flooding. that gives them a way to be prepared to know when to s
on the negotiations. u.s. stock futures are lower in early trading. u.s. stocks ended the day lower, as read some comments sparked a late today sell- off. on tap for today, investors will get a look at the health of the housing market, when the census bureau work release of october's data on new home sales. later this morning, the federal reserve released the october edition of its beige book, a survey of regional economics. apple has reportedly fired the manager responsible for its troubled mapping software. richard williamson, who oversaw the mapping team, was pushed out by senior vice president eddy cue. will some follows in the footsteps of i o s software head scott forstall, who was fired a month ago after refusing to apologize for the maps launch fiasco. >> protesters are calling on the president to scale back his new powers. take a look at video from protesters last night. tens of thousands of people packed the tahir square last night in a demonstration that was mostly peaceful, however one protester died in a scuffle with police. >> we have rain coming all over the bay area in the next fe
could tell us orton's experience and history of doing -- looking at other properties and where you've done your work. >> sure. this project is sometimes charged as a 270,000 square foot project. in actuality, it really is seven separate projects, seven different types of building construction. so, going into that, one type would be similar to the office building. the first one we saw, the building 101, the l-shaped building at the corner of illinois and 20th, that's a concrete building. office building, rehab. probably the most really typical building that with just completed in oakland is a 10-story mid rise, 1440 broadway t. was well reported in the news because unfortunately right after we bought it, the [speaker not understood] destroyed the building and it's right there occupy oakland. and we've come back and built that. we had that building to its historic pinnacle and it's absolutely beautiful. our lead tenant in it is a company, well known company in the east bay called oaklandish. that is a design company. well known design company. so, the two office buildings, 101, 104,
have jessie larson and greg burk. mr. young, do you have any announcements for us? >> yes. please turnoff all cell phones and electronic devices. completed speaker cards and any documents to be included as part of the [speaker not understood] should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on december 4, 2012 supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you very much. would you call item 1? >> item 1, resolution approving cellular service equipment sites leases between new cingular wireless pcs, llc nextel of california, inc., and sprint spectrum realty, july 1st, 2009 for the term of five years and approving amendment 1 to the cellular service equipment leases. >> thank you very much for this item. we have cathy wetener from the airport. >> good morning, chair chu, supervisor avalos. [speaker not understood]. the airport is here seeking your retroactive approval for four leases with cingular, sprint-nextel, verizon and t-mobile to continue to provide cellular services to our passengers at cfo. at this time we're also requesting approval for modificati
slow and as elissa mentioned the storm is here and actually hasn't reached us here at the richmond/san rafael bridge but we are ready and the whole purpose is to remind drivers to be ready, as well. you do want to go slow on these bridges especially with those high winds. that high wind warning is expect to last until 11:00 this morning. live on the richmond/san rafael bridge, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> dry now but it is acomin'. >> yeah, elizabeth, that's good advice that cate was saying go slow. seems like it's a day for two hands on the wheel. >> yes. we'll check in with mass transit in just a minute. if you want to beat the rain, right now is a great time to go. we are not seeing too many incidents on the roads. it's dry. so here's a live look right now at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is not too bad. it's easy breezy trip right now into san francisco. similar story across the san mateo bridge. i checked in with chp and we still don't have any chp issued wind advisories. that's different than the one issued by the national weather service. chp drives these bridges every morning a
stormy, the highway patrol urges drivers to slow down and use their headlights. we're monitoring conditions minute by minute. steve will be back with more on the forecast. you can get weather and traffic updates at anytime at ktvu.com, mobile ktvu.com and through our mobile apps. >>> investigators in alameda say a fire in an east bay high school classroom is suspicious. fire crews rushed to alameda high school around # 3:30 a.m. and found flames in one of the classrooms. a window in the classroom was open which is one of the reasons the fire is suspicious. one student we talked to said this has happened before. >> last year, there are a couple, if not three, reported fires in the bathrooms. i guess somebody was lighting the trash cans on fire full of paper towels. >> some books were burned and a window was damaged in the fire today. >>> president obama made a public plea to congress to pass a bill that will head off the looming fiscal cliff. >> i've got a pen. i'm ready to sign it. >> surrounded by middle income americans, mr. obama warned that if the bush tax cuts are allowed to
a dangerous driver off the streets. well, then came the guns. christin ayers shows us they got it on video. >> reporter: that's right. two men brandishing weapons at a couple who had been recording video of the men driving rick restly. it just took a few minutes for those men to pull handguns on the couple. it was all caught on tape. a man and wife shot this cell phone video of two suspects in another car pointing guns at them. the couple had recorded video of the alleged gunmen james crosby and michael meadows, driving recklessly. the gunmen followed them then held the man and his wife up demanding that video. the man and his wife drove away. >> what they didn't realize is that the suspects had followed them. the back door of their car opens up and one of the suspects gets inside. the husband gets into a struggle with the suspect. the husband is able to push the suspect out of the car and tells his wife hit the gas, get out of here. >> reporter: they got out as the suspects fired after them grazing their car. no one was hurt. after a high-speed chase, police later tracked down the suspect
to shore up a hillside that collapse today with weeks aboth. they are using hay and mesh covering to keep the mud and debris to sliding down the hill into the neighborhood below. the mud slide this month was caused by broken water main. city leaders say they can't fix the line until they stabilize the hillside. >>> new this morning, the search is on for three people who took off after hitting parked cars and a muni bus in san francisco. it happened at prague street and russia avenue around 11:00. police saw the suspect car slammed into three vehicles and a 54 felton bus before the car rolled. the three people inside then took off. two people on the muni bus were not injured. but it's not clear if the suspects suffered any injuries. >>> gangs may be behind a drive- by shooting in gilroy. police say someone fired several shots in a home on glenview drive just after midnight. the suspects also fired at a car parked nearby. according to police there were eight people in the home during the shooting including a 4- month-old baby. no word if anyone was hit by the gunfire. >>> the teen accused i
the backup, but you see the panoramic where it extends all the way from the flyover to emery. drivers tell us what it would normally take, you just double that time. if you're flying, you're going to say major delays, too. nothing like a storm to slow down the commute. bobby edwards felt lucky to make it to emeryville. where did you come from? >> it was terrible. traffic was terrible. >> reporter: how long did it take you? >> almost an hour to get here this morning. >> reporter: how long would that normally take? >> not even 25 or 30 minutes. >> reporter: and he hasn't made it to the bay bridge yet where high winds added to the delay. he says this is the busy season. >> we have a lot more calls. it's almost double the volume and most of it is all freeway and off-ramp situations. >> reporter: we tried to ask him more questions, but -- >> i don't know if i got one. >> reporter: back on the road. and san francisco international airport, well, the picture wasn't much better. >> we've seen about 16 cancellations thus far today. primarily on short-haul flights. this will help mitigate some of the d
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